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nlubt at urual hour. TtHy. r incsum Wcloca
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Cummunlon 10:30 a. m .. McmjUir I myer. I . ni.
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f PrearhtliR at 10:811 a. n.., 8 p. m., and 7:30 p. m.
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Hindny schot.1 3:oop.ui. Her. .) . A. Scarrott.
1 1 KRSBYTKR1AN !lbth atrect: prear.nlnn on
1 Habbitb at 11:00 a. it., and 7:np. m.i PMver
oiivtliiKWednetidayat 7: p. m.; Handay 8cho)
al8r . rti. Ke U. T. Goorw, paitor.
ST. JdHKPH 8--t Roman Catholic) Comer Croa
and Walnut atrcetn; aorvlcea Sabbath 10;0a.
n.i Htinday hchool at t p. m.; Veinnri a p. m iaet
nr.ea every day at 8 a ro, Rev. O'Uara, Prli'Ht.
CT. PATHICK S- Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
k5 atreet and WMhlnjrUin arenn; lervlcei Sab
bath 8 and 10 a. m. 1 Veeper 8 p.m.; Sunday School
I p. m. aervlcci awry day at 8 a.m. Pot, MiiiUMicr
Vuyor-Thoroa. W. Uailli'ay.
Truanurcr-Cliarlil T. Nelli.
Clork-Ueniii. J. Koloy.
CnimielorWm. B. Gilbert.
Vlarahal-I.. U. Moyeri,
BOARD OF ALDIHMM
arirnt Ward-Win. McHalc, Hurry Walki r.
rinr.ood Ward- Joe Hinkle, O, N. llnutief.
Third Ward-R. F. Ulake, Kliert Smith.
Fourth Ward-Charlei O. Patter, Adoipb 8vo.
''iifth Ward Cb. l.ancaater. Henry 8 out.
1 County Ofncm.
Otrcult Judge U. .1. Baker.
Circuit Clork-A. H. Irln.
County Jndeo-J. U. Hoblneon.
Connty 4'lnrk 8. J. Ilumni.
Coiiuly Attorney ....................
County Troaeiirer-Mtlei W. Parktr.
Sheriff John Hodges.
Coroner R.Fltigeraia. -County
OommleronraT. W. Hallldaj, J. rj.
XoloahiT id Pr 8a.np.
C hronlc Dlar.
Iuipurlty of the
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' - y f .iin. juniM. mi
jj yji til It anil all DUeane
ri q ny ir-
ranfflment of Liver, llowcl and Kidney.
SYMPTOMS OF A DISEASED I.IVER.
Had Breath ; Pain in th Side, wmttimei the
pnin ll fell under the Shoulder-blailn, mUuWtn fur
Kheumatijm: general !" of appetite: BoweU
fenerally cotuw, vimetimea alternating with lax;
lh head It troubled with pain, udull and heavy,
with coiwiderable !') of mttii'iry, accompanied
with a painful rnta lion of leaving undone mmelhing
hich ought U) have been done; a alight, dry cough
and fluked face it mmetime an aitrndant, often
mistaken for consumption: the patient complaint
of weariness and dcliilny : nervous, ejtily startled:
feet cold or burning, sometime a prickly sensation
of the skin exists: (pints arc low and deSKjndentf
and, although tatisfid tli.it eer.ie would be bene.
ficial, yet one can hardly summon up fortitude to
try it in fact, distrusts every remedy. Several
of the above symptoms attend tbe disease, but easel
have oocurreu when but few of iheni existed, yet
eianiituiion after death has shown the Liver to
have been extensively deranged.
It should be uaed by all peraona, old ami
young, whenever any of the above
reraonn Traveling: or I.lrlna; In Til
ifalthr I.ocalltl, Tv uVinx a dose occasion
haltby I.ocalltl, T.y taking a dose occasion
ally to keep the Liver in hratthy action, will avoid
all Malaria. Illlliiua attucka, Dirtiness. Nau
sea, Drowsiness, Depression of Spirits, etc. It
will invigorate like a glass of wine, but Is no In
If Ton have eaten anything hard ot
digestion, or frel heavy afirr mrais, or aleep
lea at night, take a dote and you w!l be relieved.
Time and Doctor' Bllla will be aaved
by alwaya keeplnK the Regulator
In the Hotiael
For, whatever the ailment may r, a thoroughly
safe purKatlve, alKratlvti and tonic can
never be out of place. The n-medy is li.rmlini
and doea not Interfere with bualuea or
IT IS TCRKLV VI'OETABI.E,
And has all the power and efficacy ' i Calomel or
Quinine, without any of the injurious after effects.
A Coventor' Teatlmony.
Simmons l.iver Regulator has bren in use in my
family for "me tune, and 1 am satisfied it is a
valuable addition to tbe medical science.
J. Gill ftiioHIKH, Governor of Ala.
Hon. Alexander It. St.-phena, of (;.,
lays: Have denve.l son.e benefit trim the use of
Simmons l.iver Regulator, and w.ti. to give it a
"The only Thlnff. that never full to
Relieve." I have used manv remedies for Dys
pepsia, Liver Affection and Debility, but never
nve found anything to benefit n.e to the eitent
Simmons Liver Regulator has. I sent from Min
nesota to Georgia for it, and would send further for
luch a medicine, and would advise all who are sim
ilarly affected to give it a tn.,1 as it seems tbe only
thing thai never Ui!s to relieve
V M Jannet, Minneapolis, Minn.
Dr. T. VI. Mnn irtyM From actual ex
perience in the use of Simmons l.iver Regulator in
my practice 1 have been aid am satisfied to use
and prescribe it as a purgauve medicine.
tey"Take only th Genuine, whieh alwayt
has on the Wrapper the red Z Trade-Mark
aad SlRUttture of J. II. ZLILIN St CO.
FOR SALE BY ALL DKl'GCISTS
Q.K0KGE H. LEACH, M.U.
PHYSICIAN & .SURGEON.
Special attention paid to the Il imecpathlc treat
ment of aurgical dii-eaSnB. aod diseases of women,
and chl dr;n.
OFFICE On llth urcet. oppcute the Pott
office. Cairo, 111.
R. J. E. .STRONG,
Irl omceo p athis t ,
129 Commercial Ave., Cairo, 111.
VAHOIi, ELECTRO-VAPOR il) MEDIC ATUD
A lady In attendance.
R W. C. JOCKLYN,
KI K K glith Street. ner C.atau errla: Avnnta
U. E W. WHITLOCK,
tvt' i mid N it
13 Comniorcia! Avent.f.. b.jts.-eti
in'mi Ran r..
Cairo & St. Louis racket.
The palatial Anchor Line itnamur
Will 'eavo Cairo ovory Saturday md Tuesday von
lug at A o'clock, giving Cairo dally boat for Ht.
For particular a rate, otc, apply to Capt.
Thoa. W. Hhlolds, Oonoral Agont, or Sol A. Silver,
Rupture pn.lt Ivsly Cured by Or. Pleroe'a Patent
Ufttrnetlo Kl'ia'lo Truaa, Orandest Invi.nttnoof th
1Mb IWurr.OnlyK'.iiiilii" Glei'trlo Ti usi In the world,
and tb only one that will properly relnln and radl-
J ally nure Hernia. Over ftll Rmllrnl qnre(Titd.
Uwd what l)r, Jul. Slmnis, of Now York, the n
Downed l'hrl"Mnomlt, wrlt Aujk.'JH, 1RKJ, "The irent
and oomplKUswrtiroiir Mimnetic Trui erliwted ou ni
lmrn Is permanent, for which. 1 ihall evnr re
msln rateful." J. Mimms, M, f. For pnrtlPtilar
alrM MAONKTIO lil.ABTIO TItOBU CO..
81? N Slat o 8UMV, Hulouia, Met,
THE VICTIM'S RELICT,
Interview With the Widow
The Railroad War Fares Reduced to
Five Cents An Intelligent Royiew of
tbe Labor Problem Louisville Oon
Tention Disasters by Fire and Flood,
Nkw Youk, Sept. 28. A Herald apeclal
from London contains the following Inter
view with the widow of Jimea Carey, the
' 'You will bave heard, Mr. Carey, ' ' ild
I presently, "tbat I am anxloui to hear
loruethliig of your sad story from your
own lips If It Is not too painful for you to
"Sure," she said, "you may call liaad
story, but I have nothing to tell except
what has been In the papers."
"Do you thluk tbat O'Donnell went out
to tbe Cape on purpose to shoot your hui
bsn "Indeed, I never -t eyes on bim till the
other day. O'Donnell snd a pernon called
bis wife were seated in the serondulas
saloon st the time of tbe murder. ' '
"Was vour huabaud seated or sttnd
in?" "0'Dor.nell and tbe woman were seated
nn i settee when I law them," said tbe
widow, "and blmelf (she ba a vsry touch
ing way of speaking of ber husband as him
ei.) was standing, I think, but perhaps I
am mistaken. Indeed, I don't rightly
I HAD GONB INTO THE CABIN.
The paMenpers used very often to meet
down stairs aod rest on tbe settee. "
"II i i O'Dunuell and your husband been
driti kinx toecth' r!"
"How long before the murder r"
"Just before it."
"Wiis O'Donnell very friendly to von
"He wu. We met him first at Dart
mouth and be used to play at dice with
Orey arnl others. lie professed to be fond
of children and his wUe seemed to take a
great fancy to oae of my girls, and Ibe
child uaed to cH ber 'aunty,' "
"Can you recall what bappened on tbe
thy oi the murderf"
"Yes; be hiiwelf bad called me to come
up out of the clone pluce with the children,
but I had not felt inclined to do so and
went In tbe cabin. Presently I heard
O'Donnell ask whore Carey was. lie was
told, on deok. Soon after I beard him
ay, 'You will come down aod have a hot
tie of beer, won't you' Then I heard
them come down and then a shot, hut
I took no notice of it, thinking it
was only a cork popplug. Then tberv was
a second sho'. and himself came toward me
crylug, 'Oi Maggie, O'Donnell has shot
me.' I ran out and we fill down together,
and that w as tbe end of It. ' '
"D. i not O'Donnell want to sbake bauds
with you afterwards?' '
"He did. sin held out bis band to m
and said, 'Sbake bands sir. Power. Your
name's Carev, isn't it? Don't be bard on
me, I wa scut out to do it. ' "
' 'That seems proof tbat the crime wss de
liberate, does It not?' '
"Oh, there's proof enough," replied
Tb I bor Pro b I urn.
5tw York, Sept. aft. Henry Bischoff,
of the German bank, wan a witness before
the Senate Sub-Committee on Labor and
Education to-day. He testified that tbe
hours of labor here were shorter than In
Germany. Employers should be urged to
And time to stody tbe Interests of their em
ployes. If this wai tbe ease there would
not be so much cause for strikes. Work
ingmcn In America did better work than
tboee of Germany, hut their homes were
not as comfortable, and, as a eon
sequence, tbey were dissatUfled
after tbey got t broach with their
day's work. If en-bait ot tbe millions
deposited In s rings banks by worklngmen
was devoted to the eetablicbment of homes
tbe working people would be more content
ed and tbe eoakmuni'-y a great deal better
off. Moral training wmld do more to pre
vent strikes than le&Mative action. When
employers treated their worklngmen ta
a kindlier spirit there would, be
thought, be bo necessity for trades unions
Laborers bera, be coortdsred, were
well paid. There should be Industrial
schools in which i-irls and women
I could be usstrucW in household
economy. The wUnesa said that all com
binations bad an luxurious Influence on the
consumer, but be could not see
HOW THtT OOCI.D BI RVMKDIXD
by legislation, as capitalist: had a right to
do as they pleased with their money. But
be dkl think there should be some legisla
lion to prevent men from dealing In future
that is, selling of something they die1 not
own. It was a species of gambling. The
trade dollar, he tboutrbt, should be re
deemed by Congreos.
LouieviLLK, Ky., Sept. 26, When
Fred. Douglas, at 10 o'clock, came Into
Llrdnrkranc Hall to deliver bis speech be
found a very largo crowd in attendanoe,
many white persons having come to hear
bis p'ea for bis people. On tbe stage, be
side I 'tiding colored men, sat ex-Attorney
General James Speed of Lincoln's cabinet,
Gen. Jjuies A. Rakiu. United States Army,
retired, and a number ot otherwbites ot
prominence, Dotulas spoke two hours,
bis speech being logical, often humorous
and always interesting. Ho sketched the
history of bis race since the emancipation,
lie was frequently sarcastically severe on
the government and Incidentally on the Re
publican party. He was listened to ffltb
Interest and received frequent and generous
Since the conclusion of his speech the
convention baa In vain labored to complete
Its organisation. Too many orators are on
the floor, and Green, the temporary chair
man, who Is presiding while Douglas rests
from bis recent e lertlon, Is una'ile to con
Chicago, Sept. . The Pan ILindlo
and Kankakee Line began selling tickets to
Indianapolis this morning at $1, with con
sequent reduction la price to Cincinnati and
laterrxadlate points, regular rates merely
being added beyond Indianapolis. It now
appear that tbe fivo cent rate of tbe
Ckivagej aad Eastern Illinois to Indianapolis
la mado with the condition tbat Ibis line
runs only night train at that ratr and ro
quire purchasers of live cont tickets to buy
sleeping ear tlekatt sift, so that the mini'
Makyvii.i.k, Mo,, Sept. 85. The Ibrea
ays' reunion of the Federal and Confed
eral e soldi, r lu g in here to-day under tho
most fuvorable auspices, An Inimeiiio
crowd of people is xpecled to-morrow and
next iluy. The veterans bave gone into
camp st the fair grounds snd the day Is
being sp.'nt in receiving soldiers nnd as
signing tliem to quarters. Rations bave
been prepared for three thoutaod. There
are now nearly one thousand at the fair
grounds, and large numbers are coming in
by every train. This splendid little city
prcseuts an animated and attractive ap
pearance. Thu buildings on the public
squurei are festooned with rod, white nnd
blue, and large und small fines are Dying
from windows and housetops. This eve-
nlug's programme will consist of company
drill and dress parado at sunset. Gen.
Marmadtike, Col. IJeorge W. Anderson, of
St. Louis, and other prominent officers on
both sides In tho late war are expected to
night snd to-morrow morning.
Naw Yokk, Sept. 25.- About 4.V) mem
bers of the county Democracy left for Buf
falo this morning to attend the Democratic
State convention. Tho train consisted of
flv Wir'.er cars.
The Tamnany delegiie to the same con
vention also started this morning. The
party numbered .'xfi member and required
nineteen cirs on tbo outer sides of wuieh
were tanners beaiin? appropriate mottoes,
Tbe orean E nhnsay.
New Yokk, ept, .'). The Corean Em
bassy is to-day the tjiietu ofjilie city ami its
merchants, tho entertainer being principal
ly engaged in tbe Chinese trade. The pro
gramme Is to visit the postoffiue, ihe West
ern I'ninn ht.llding ami tbe Kqultable Life
Insurance buildlne. After lunch they will
visit the United States Electric Lighting
company. This evenini they are to occupy
a box In Nlblo's Garden.
An laillaaa fire.
RitA.il.. Ind., Seit. 2j, Slough's car
riage shop, Hendricks' tenement house
and Weaver 4 Nance's livery stable, were
burned lat night. Loss, $15,000; Insur
Warhinoton, Sept. 35. The President
appointed Sidney I). Waters Putnam ay.ent
of the Indians ut the Colville agency,
Washington territory, vice John A, Simms,
Hall ! Jack FrosU
Chicago. .Sept. . Hail storms in tho
last few days are reported to have damaged
t ht: tobacco snd corn crops of Southern
Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.
Pkovipknck. R. I.. Sept. 25. Presi
dent Arthur embarked on the cutter Dex
ter at Newport for Bristol this raornin;.
Washington, s'pt. 25. Bonds re
ceived for redemption un der tbe 11,'th call
to date amount to il.iM,0.
Killed at a Uaaee.
BltOWNUBCUO., Ind., Sept. 25. Li a
quarrel at a dance Enos Scott fatally shot
THE Pei.KE BOARD.
Gen. O. P. Gooding, One of the New Ap
pointees, Takes His Seat To-day.
Sr. Loci". Sept. 25. Gen. O. P. Good
Intrs, the new Police Commissioner, re
tuned from Jefferson City this mormon
with bis commission in bis pocket, und
gave the following Account of hnw the
Gubernantorial lightning struck blin-
"Yesterday morning I was awakened by
a servant, who said that a gentleman
desired to se me, and that I need not take
great time to I'omulete my toilet. When I
met the caller I found it wis the Gover
nor's ion who bad Just arrived from Jef
ferson City. Retold me tbat bis father
desired my presence at tho capital Im
mediately, I took tbe morning train, and
upon meeting the Governor was astonished
to hear from bis lips that I hud been so
stroti?ly urged by my friends for the ap
pointment, that he desired to kuow if I
would aecept one of the vacancies. I
answered In tho affirmative, and be there
upon honored me with the commission of
Police Commissioner. ' '
To the question: "Now that you have
been commissioned, General, what do you
think of the proposition advocated by Mayor
Ewing to have the police board meetings
hold open to the public, except In such
cases as control the state senate when exe
cutive session is necessary?"
"The ides is a good one, but I must fam
iliarize with ray duties before I can take a
stand upon tbat proposition."
At noon to-day Gen. Gooding appeared
before Circuit Clerk Vogel and qualified for
his position by inking the oath of office and
paying titty cents for tbe same.
The Board of Police Commissioners met.
this afternoon at 3 o'clock and Gen. Good
ing took his sea',. Among gentlemen Im
mediately Interested in police affairs there
seems to be considerable ignorance as to the
General and wbut style ot a mau be may be.
Prosecuting Attorney Claiborne says be
considers tbo appointment a flrxt-cl ii one
In all respects, and one that will be to the
Interest of the city.
Mr. Cleveland's appolntmeut, though not
officially announced as yet, is an assured
PTnOTl.t llIC niHI,AT.
8t. liOuis to be a maze of Glory Daring
Tho Fair Week.
Sr. Loum, Sept. 25. -II. J. Pain, who
has charge of thn fireworks on Monday and
WetlneMday nights of fair neck, arrived
this morning from New York. He was
met by a reporter Juntas be lelunicil from
Twenty-second anil Locust streets, where
the exhibition is to lake place, "1 am well
pleased with the location selected," said
he, "and think 100,(00 people will lie able
to see the display to advantage, I intend
It to be the finest exhibition of the
kind over given ou this conti
nent. Our bombs will Include some of the
largest ever fired In Ibis country,
Just think of bombs sixteen Inches
in diameter, weighing 30 pounds, and eon.
talnlng 6,000 brilliant stars each I We h ive
tired them In England and similar) ones on
Manhattan Bench, but now for the first time
on a great occasion like this in Amorleu.
Then there will baa flight of I went) -fivo
various sized bombs, tbolr explosion form
ing a magnificent golden cloud studded with
gems, The coat ot arms ot St.Leuls will,
bo re presented twenty-three foet square,
the motto, 'Prosperity to St. Louis' appear
ing iJulnly. And what will especially Inter,
est St. Loulslans, will ta Mpaveentatlon '
of khelr pubiH epbatat sst-w, Uanrj
Boston, Sept. 26. Tbe state committee
of (ireenbackers met at 10 a. m. to-day to
decide on tbe permanent organization.
Moody Boyton, who claimed the right to
act because be was a member ot tbe nation
al committee, was at first refused. He was
finally allowed to speak, which he did vig
orously for ten minutes, asserting that the
convention to-day was not a Greenback
convention, but a scheme to aid aod abet
tbe Democratic party.
The convention met at 11 o'clock. Levi
R. Pierce of Lynnn was chosen president
and Gustavus B. Hutchinson of Bostol
secretary. P. 1. Kleld, who bad becu
chosen temporary chairman, made a short
address, lu which be warmly eulogized
Gov. Butler, which was received wl.b
great enthusiasm. A debate ensued over
the report ot the Committee on Cre
dentials, a number of delegates
objecttm; to the admission of Dr.
J, P. Bland, who was present,
as a delegate from Alhol, Bland is a sy m
patbler with Moody and Boynton, and
author of the "Life of Butler." Exclud
speeches were made, and all was confusion,
uulil B and was excluded by an almost
Boston, Sept. 25. Gen. Butler was
unanimously nominated tor governor.
An Awfol Marder.
I.afayk ttk, Ind., Sept 26. This after
noon Cephas Atkinson, a wealthy farmer
residing at Atkinson station, west of here
on tho C, I., Si. L. and C. railroad, went
over to Oxford to attend to some matters of
business. He was accompanied by all tbe
family except Miss Kinnu, about eighteen
years old, who wis left In charge of tbe
house. Upon returning borne about six
o'clock the family were horrlfiod at finding
the body ot Miss Emma laying in a pool of
blooil In an up-stairs room, with ber throat
cut from ear to ear, while many knife
wounds were found ou various parts of ber
body. The whole affair is wrapped In mys
tery. It is supposed that the crime was
perpetrated by tramps, who were seen In
tbe vicinity of the farm about 4 o'clock.
Another version" Is that the girl was
outraged and murdered by a discarded lov
er. Ihe Prison Keforuiera.
LocibVILLI, Ky., Sept. 25. One bnn
dred and fifty delegates are present at the
prison reform convention which opened
last evening. England and Wales are rep
resented. President Welne, of Illinois,
In this morning's session Mrs. Cheva
teer ot Boston, read a paper on isyJums for
tbe insanu in Massachusetts. She took
Gov. Beu Butler's part and praised blm for
having pushed the Investigation of those
institutions. Several delegates objected to
the report, and a spirited discussion fol
lowed. Knights Templar.
Cincinnati, Sept. 25. The Supreme
Council of the Northern Masonic Jurisdlc
tionSJbegan ; Its session to-day. A recep
tion was given by the Ohio Grand consis
tory. Tbe street parade included as an
escort Cincinuatl commander, No. 8,
Knights Templar, Covington and Newport
conimunderles, Peoria consistory, and Ori
ental consistory ol Chicago. The Council
rode in enrmgea, To-morrow the visitor
will be tnki'n to the Exposition and thown
A liealraellve eilorni.
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 25. A disas
trous storm occurred here last night, tbe
wind at one time being at the velocity of
fifty-four miles per bour. Trees and sign
boards were blown down, and the un
finished round bouse of Hie Rochestur and
Pittsburg railroad, on the lake shore at
South Buffalo, was leveled to the ground,
while n line house on Ferry street was
entirely demolished. Large panes of glass
lu i:vei : ; i.ie Main street stores were
llaalan aud Laycark.
New Yokk, Sept. 25. Edward Hanlan
came to New York to-day to receive a chal
lenge from Lay cock, ot Syduey, Australia.
Liiycock invites Hanlan to Australia to row
a match for $5,000 a side, offering him
$1,000 for expenses. Haitian's terms will
be cbled to Australia to-night. Hanlan
v 111 accept tbe challenge on condition that
a purse of $500 bo put up, and that f 1,500
for expenses be allowed hlra.
Knrxlartaed A Contractor Kelnrned.
A I. ton, III,, Sept. 25. George D. Sid
way's store and harness shop on Second
street near State was eu Saturday night
robbed of nearly J200 worth of goods by
climbing to the second story.
James Bannnn, the missing contractor,
turned up Monday morning snd will now
turn bis attention to saving the remnant of
his fortune, Alibis friends were glad to
welcome him home.
OfwF.ao, N. Y., Sipt. 28. The sohoon
er Sareptn, laden with coal and merchan
dise, was driven ashore this morning at
East Haven while trying to make that port.
The crew is safo.
The sloop Tourist wss driven ashore here
at 2 o'clock last night and tbo crew saved.
It was the heaviest gale. In years, There
are no further reports of damage or lost of
Killed by a Locomotive,
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 25. Two Hol
land gardeners, named John and Nicholas
Stool, and a fourteen-year-old boy canio to
town In a one-horse wagon and were run
over by a Michigan Central engine at a
street crossing. Both men were Instantly
killed aud the bi.y fatally Injured. Tbo
wagon was throwu thirty feet and tbe horse
Crnialrt in JalL
AeiiVTM.., O., Sept. 25. Tbeimall Jail
at this Mule town was htirnod yesterday,
nnd one prisoner, mime, unknown, burned
to death . He was an umbrella mender ind
claimed to come from Dayton Soldiers'
Home. He bad considerable money, and
It Is thoii.ht that he was murdered and the
building burned to conceal the crime.
Lost iu a 4al,
Chicago, Sept. 25. The Dally Newt
special from Buffalo, N, Y., says: Dur
ing a terrible storm kit night on Lake
Erie, the schooner York State wsnt down
with all tbe hands, The screw consisted of
Ciipt. Hayes and six men. The schooner
was loaded with 16,000 bushels ot wheat,
A Dlaaatrona riro.
Nkw Havin, Conu., Sept. IS.-Eirly
this morning a lire orlcrlnatlnar from a do
feeilvo flue, burned Ibe New Haven Rolling
Mill at fair Haven, causing a lost of $40,
000, $26,000 Imuranoe. AAotit 126 persons
are thrown out. Ta nlfM giAg lost aiack
OVER THE OCEAN.
London, Sept. 25. A meeting of the
Joint committee ot the cotton sataaers,
manufiiotHrers and operatives ot Northeast
Lancashire is belnt held at Manchester to
day to confer upon the depressed coaditien
of the cotton trade. The principal object
of the conference Is to arrange a scale at
wages. The market for cotUn
goods is admitted to be
suffering from ovr-predue.tKn. The
masters propose to effect a reduction t
wages, which proposition tho workmen
avow they willreist to tbe utmost of their
ability. They suirgested to the masters
that instead of reducing waces the produc
tion be curtailed by working the factories
upon shorter time. The result of the con
ference Is awaited with great anxiety hf all
London. Sept. 25. Mrs. Carey, wife of
James Cary, who was killed by O'Donnell.
landed this morning at Green Iiltaa, on tbe
Thames, 18 miles from Loudon.
O'Donnell was taken to tbe Bow Streat
Police court at 2 o'clock this aftoraoaa.
Magistrate Klowers presided. Tbe court
room was filled, and a large crowd collected
outside, Special precautious were taken by
the police to prev.-nt any attempt at rescue.
London, Si p'. 25. -The SUndorda
Parls special says: "The British Gevarn
ment will again enter Into negotiations wivh
tbe Suez Canal company relative to ta pro
posal new nanal. Tin-Chief Superintendent
of Works of the PanamnCannl company, has
submitted bis reports and the indications
are that the canal will be completed in 1383.
Subscriptions will be opened October 3d
for 000,000 obligations of 600 francs each,
at 2S.") francs."
I UK LAMB.
Dcbi.in, Sept. 25. At the National
League meeting at Loughrea, county Gal
way, la.t evening, Robert Hayden, the
American Journalist who delivered
a seditious speech at the meet
ing there in August, at
Shepherds' League for protection against
employers in the west of Ireland, was pre
sented with an address of thanks.
The speech delivered iu August by Hayden
contained the following: "Terrible out
rages are Indicted upon you. Unless you
watch cruel landlords and get your rights
from them you are cowards."
Dckban, Sept. 25. At the trial onjChlcfs
Mainpoi r nnd Mapocli for treason to the
Transvaal Government, the former claimed
In hii defense that h was p-duced to his
present position by Great Britain leaving
li i in and Chief Secoeorni to struggle for
the supremacy, Mapoe'n In his defense
claiim-il that be was an independent chief
and not subject to tbe Jurisdiction of ihe
London, Sept. 25. George Alexandra
Rhallls, the Grecian statesman and Jurist
consult, Is dead, aged 73.
ToitoNi'o, Sept. 25. The t'.gar-u.Jfcfe'rV - .
convention concluded its sittings to-day. H
wits decided to hold the next meeting at
Cincinnati. A resolution was unanimous y
adopted condemning the Progre slve Union
of New York.
Apiiolsilt-d Arilnir tircnll Altorn.
Sr. Louis, Sept. -.5 Jos. fc5. Lodge,
nn attorney of high standing, was to-day
sppointi-d acting Circuit attornoy by Judge
CATTLE Receipt are 8.000; strong;
exports $6 OOfSd 30; irotid to choice ship
ping quoted at .5 JOdXt 80; common to
fair H 00(95 ("J; feeders and stock
ers ; Texan $3 7,VcM 40; butchers
at 12 Xm 00. Market moderately active
and 6c lower.
HOG Receipt 1,600; falrlv active
and steady; light at W.80r5 40; com
mon to choice mixed packing H 60tdM 76;
roiisjli packing (4 4a 76; hearypaok
Ing and sbtppSug (4 8tVii 16.
CATTLE Exporters $6 00; rood
to heavy do $6 CuArr. 76; light to fair H OMt
1 75; common to medium 4 f Mt 80; fair
'0 good Colorado ftOOinM 10; south west J Ti
ttMK'i; grsss Texans l'AVsoo; light to
food slockers ft toXti: 76; fair to good feed
r W 7,YnM 25; common to cholcs native
sows and heifer M (K.3 44;. seal la wag of
my klnd$l 7.VaJ 75.
SHEEP Common to medium $2 40a
3 25: fair to good W 60fD3 76; prime t3 90
Ctrl 25; fair to good Texan M 75633 65.
HOGS Market aetivo aud strong with a
brisk demand from all classes of ouvert.
Yorors selling free I v at 50oYa)5 15; routrh
to good mixed packing ft60oJ5 00; choice
packing -36 16; buichors to extra & 00(4
WHKAT-8eptember 04V; Oclober
95V; November B7V; December DM T.
CORN September ; October 4;
November 48V i year 47V; Muv 411 .V.
OATS-September 27V; October 27X;
November 28 S, year27Sj May 81V.
WHEAT Lower; closing at SI 01 V Oc
tober; fl 04 V November; 1 00 H De
CORN -Lower; 45V October ; 44 b.
November', 41V ear;44V Mav.
OATS-Lowcr; 2il October; 26Hb. year;
31V b. May.
WHEAT September ; October
H 13; November 1 15'i ;Doceruler $1 17V ;
January $1 19 V.
CORN September ; October 62X;
November (II V; December SO.
OA TS October ri6it. November MV
December 38; January HO.
BUTTER-CroRtnerv at 2'JM for choice
to fancy, I liny at 21uJ23
for choice to fanev in 21 (or selections; fair
12i,it)l5; low grade 'Mr 10. Good to choice
near-by In palls lorrSli; common "fdS.
POULTUY-Sprltiir chl.-keihi-Cholce to
fanev large t2 5002 i5; I fair to good
sized f I 7.i'(i J25; small and scrubbv $1 'JMti
150. Old clilekuns-t'iieks $J 50 02 7. mixed
(cocks and hens) :l OdfoM 36; runic in
fancy hens f.l hihdH 75; sprinr ducks W50t
2 75 ami young turkeys m). Suppiy
was liberal, but there was a good demand
for both obi and yount chickens, and tur
keys scarce and wanted.
EGGS Receipts. 324 pks. Higher and
veiv searce; sain of choice mirks were at
Wheat arrived better tone; corn arrived
quint but steady. Wheat to arrive better
lone; corn to arrive steady, Mark Lane
Wheat in I corn strati; . Cnuntrv marketa
rather dull. Spot wheat better drin. No.
Sapnngrta lOdt Per 8 spring none In mar
kut. Western winter Hi Id 1 Mixed West
ern corn dull, but firm at 65d. Da
inand from Continent and United Klnrdwn
moderate for wheat and rather dUl far
. VTet.lSrJn KiAglaad.i-r.